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 L..  xxXlCt  Vol    V.  No    106  REVELSTOKE B.C. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 19Q������  $2 OO a Year in Advance  Come and See  100 Pairs  Boots anil Shoes  Men's, Ladies'and Children's,  now selling at actual COST.  NO OLD STOCK.  These goods were all purchased  last season.  SHIRTS  SHIRTS  Save. 40 per cent and buy your  Shirts now.  We are offering a splendid line  of-1\y:?L'-G...&.-R.:Tand._.;\Vhite,  -Shirts;at  the  above, big .discount..--AH  goods are of the  Latest Style and Pattern.  HATS  HATS  Outbargains  in  Hats are in  keeping with above discounts.  The stock includes:  FEDORAS  (RUSH and  STIFF  BY BUYING AT  IK PRESENT TIME  YOU WILL SAVE,  BIG MONEY, AS  THE STOCK MUST  BE CLEARED BEFORE STOCK-TAKING.  Personal Paragraphs Pertaining to Railway Men Picked up  By the Herald Man on His  Daily Rounds.  The sale of thc Canada Atlantic to  the New York Central is all but completed.  John T. Wilson, Grand President, of  tho B. 1-t. T. of A. will visit llevelsioke  Division No. 1 on Thursday Feb.   Olli.  The No. 1 duo here today was  reported 12 hours late east of .Moosejaw  yesterday. The delay is duo to snow  blockades on the Eastern division.  C. McMillan, C. P. K. agent at Macleod, Alia.,has been on the sick list for  the past week or .so and Clms. Tyle of  Cranbrook Lhas been acting in his  place.  It is reported by C. P. It. employes  that 23 uiooso have been killed by  trains this season between Minnielakio  and Rat Portage, a distance of seventy  miles.  Charles Green, 52 years old. a brake-  man on the Intercolonial railway, was  killed at Belmont on Wednesday,  being jammed between an engine and  a freight car.  W. A. McGuire has left the C. P. R.  shops and is thiukof striking out for.  New Ontario, where his brother Xtev,  Mr, McGuireis Presbyterian minister  in one of the new settlements.  During tho coming summer the C.P.  E. will spend upwards of IJ2oO,000 on  betterments of its lines in South Kootenay and South Yale, and on improved  accomodation for and repairs to the  vessels on Kootonay and Arrow lake.  The total amount to be expended by  the C. P. R. in- thc Mountain' and  Shiiswap division this year ou both  maintenance and capital account - is  $300,000. There is not any work in  remodelling the- yard here contemp.  lated this time.  A despatch annouuees that thc'C, P  rRv intends-to.make the riin froni ocean  to ocean next spring-in- cm'eu-'ua.,o.-  Railway uien here think that   if   this  means from Montreal to Vancouver it i  could be done with a train' limited   to  not more than five cars aiid with stops  considerably eliminated. *     -  The conductors employed by lhe  O. R. * N., held a conference last  week at Portland with the officials of  tbe road. The scale of wages still  remains unsettled and it is intimated  that despairing of getting it settled  by friendly conference the conductors  mean to ask the state legislature to  take up the question.  The west bound freight on the  Crow's Nest division of the C. P. R.  came to grief last Friday The train  left the rails a short distance from  Creston, aud resulted in the destruction of six cars loaded with coal and  coke. One tramp, who was stealing a  ride, was killed and a second .tramp  was seriously injured.  ��������� Medicine Ha_t News: There is a  persistent rumor afloat about town  that ,on..accoiintrpf the C. P. R. being  unable to purchase the C. -SHE. road,  that the proposed road from Medicine  Hat to the" North Saskatchewan will  that  the railway offices  and therefore the government has  approached the railway companies  with a view of obtaining the desired  concessions, which it is confident it  can do.  Moose Jaw Times: W. J. Coleman,  C. P. R. engineer, of Calgary, arrived  in town Tuesday morning from  Toronto, accompanied by his bride, nee  Miss Lillie Wilson. They will spend a  couple of days in town as the guests of  J.II. Wellington, before proceeding on  their way to their home in Calgary.  Both Mr. and Mrs. Coleman arc well  known in Moose Jaw, Mr. Coleman  having "fired" on this division and  Mrs. Coleman left only a few months  ago to take a course iu thc Toronto  college of music. The happy event  took place in Toronto during  Christmas week and the young couple  havo the very best wishes of their  many Moose .law friends for a long,  happy and prosperous life.  The workshops which the Canadian  Pacific Railway purpose erecting iu  llio east end of Montreal will be the  largest in America and consequently  in tho world. It is the intention to  build every locomotive and car foi  this company's service at the new  shops at Uoehelegu. That is to say,  that all existing erecting shops, with  the exception of the Carleton Junction  car shops, will bo removed to Montreal. The negotiations for the  purchase of land are Hearing a  satisfactory selllcmenfc. All the  Montreal proprietors, it is understood,  have met the ideas of the company,  but a Quebec owner is still undecided.  There is a rumor at Point St.Charles  that the old Montreal offices of the  Grand Trunk may he turned into an  immense Railway Men's Christian  Association headquarters, with  lodging and boarding accomodation  after the lines whicli are liaing introduced in connection wilh many of the  large railways' in the United States  and which Miss Helen Gould is at  present organizing in connection with  the Gould roads, in the south. Mr.  Hays, it is known, takes a deep  interest in this work, as does Sir  Charles Rivers-Wilson, President. .  [-In*-paal  thc  To Vocalists. . -  .Lhodisl -members   of  execuuvu - u.^c.u -^ivu  musical dramatized version of Esther,  or I he Beautiful Qnven, in the Opera  [louse on Friday. April* lllh. 1002.  under t.he direction of J. Taylor, who  would like anyone, who is capable of  inking p-irt to send in their names to  him. The date of the liist rehearsal  will appear shortly.  Dr. Cross is Medical Health  Officer Again. Going Back to  the Pits. All Off With the  Option and Lease on Block 52.  Last night the council met as usual,  all present.  c()ititi������i'ONiii*:.\ci-:.  No. 2 fire brigade presented 11 list of  requirements which the F. W. & Ij.  committee were instructed to furni*-h.  II: A. Brown asked for a icmission  of (axes for 1U01 on the Union liolel  building, destroyed by lire on Jnn.2Slh  in that year, which was granted.  The city clerk asked for a notice  hoard to he put up at the cemetery lo  the effect that 110 bodies should be  interred wilhniit an order from himself. The P. W. committee were  authorized to put up such 11 hoard as  required. |  Low Chung asked permission for the  Chinese lo let oil fire -crackei-s'aiid  piny' their band on lheir New Year.  Granted under supervision of lhe chief  of police.  Dr'. Cross' application for position of  medical health ollicer was accepted at  it wilary of ten dollars per day when  actually at work, ten calls to be  counted as one day.  The Supt. of Education advised the.  council lhat the scliool hoard of 1001  have, been allowed $180 for their  expenses up to Dsr. 31st and were not  justified in over running this amount.  The balincfi of lheir;-indebtedness  would have to be met .by the city.. The  clerk was instructed lo ascertain from  thc school board the amount of fuel on  hand on Jan. 1st, to deduct its value  from.the total liabilities^ of the old  board and forward thebalani-e to the  deparl ment for payment.  .-. R..Tapping asked for. his license on  the opera house" to'he remitted:' Fyled.  ThosV- Taylor, M. P. P.; "asked" to be  advis'ed.ol' the requirements of the city  in time for hqjet session. The cleik  .was instructed'to' request Mr. Taylor  to ."use ' his best endeavor to secure  ail   ample., appropriation for a school  l/ulldmb** "over-and ' above the" $8,000  ..*,_������*-��������������������������� a y.'f gram p.i1=ni_cLv rn...iooK.~uiv..i ne  matter of proVincial taxes, some $400."  owed ihis city b'v the province since  1S99. lhe year of incorporation.  The school board estimates given in  our last issue were fyled.  PETITIONS.  Harry Edwards presented a petition  asking the city council to request   the  C. P. R. to fence their  yard.     Fyled  for the present.  Hlil-OKTS.  The P. XV. committee handed in a  complete inventory of all property  belonging to tho city  BYLAWS.  The amendments to bylaw No. 1,  authorizing the pit system passed  three readings.  INQUIRIES.  An inquiry from tho mayor brought  out tho fact that the agreement from  G. M. Sproat granting an option and  lease nf block 52 to the city had never  been signed by the mayor in 1001, aa  by the resolution of the council it  should have lieen and is in consequence  null and void.  Aid. Ilunie brought up the matter  of thc uncollected taxes and trade  licenses, which were ordered to be  given to the city solicitor to .continue  their collection in the manner provided  by law.  After reading some accountn, the  council then adjourned.  Handsome Costumes Omitted  Tha following are the names of some  of our popular young ladies, who were  handsomely costumed at the Uospital  Ball, and were left out of tha report in  our last issue by an error of the  printer: ..,  Mrs. Lewis, black silk.  '  Mrs. Dunne, blnck silk with cream  silk lace.  Mrs. Barnwell, white muslin.  Mrs. McMahon, Rogers' Pass, black  with yellow trimmings.  Mrs. Scott, Nakusp, black velvet and  cliill'011.  Miss Edgar, rich yellow silk with  black velvet baby ribbon and bodice  relieved by chilfon.  Miss Temple, white silk and chiffon.  Bliss Palmer, white muslin., .,  Miss Paulson, miuve cashmere with  satin stripe and trimmed with mauve  baby ribbon.  Miss ChristGson, black cashmere  skirt and pale blue silk waist with  with trimmings of chiffon.  Miss   Muirhead, Nakusp,  pale  blue  with velvet.  Miss Hall, black silk and net.        ,     .  IN ETERNITY  The   Murderers Helped Out of  Jail   By   the    Wife    of    the  Warden, Only to Meet Death  at the Hands of Detectives.  I'lTTSHUHOii,    Feb.   1.���������The Biddle  Bros.,     convicted     murderers,     who  escaped from  jail in  Pittsburgh, and  Mrs, Soll'el, wife of llie jail warden, by  whose aid they escaped,   were   overtaken   Insl niglit* by detectives   near  Buller, Pa,     During  the   fight which  ensued, both   niuiderers   were fatally  wounded and Mrs. SofTel   shot  herself  through the heart.  Toronto, Feb. l.-Tlie painters of  Toronto demand an 8 hour day and 30  cents an hour from the musters, otherwise lhey will strike.  Winnipeg, Feb. 1.���������The Manitoba  land sales continue to increase iu spit*  of the increase of 50 cents an acr*  recently made.  Tabloids.  *  The Ontario'elections will not h.  held until September, so as to allow  Premier Ross lo attend the coronation  Another Carnival for Friday  ^.rL^Jlis^s^isrtiK'.fess^^.'^15.  request of a number of skitters of H6������h  sexes, who found the announcement  last Thursday too short to get up a  costume. The prospects are that there  will be a very big turnout of costumes  this time and the spectacle on the ice  will be even butter worth taking in  than it was on Thursday evening.  I(K WEAR  We have a Beautiful Line in  Goods at away down figures.  gxs������������������������������^^  Taylor Endorsed at Ferguson.  The Lardeau Eagle,' reporting a.  mooting, which it says was the largest  public meeting ever held in. Ferguson -  and wliich,was called for the purpose  of giving Mr.-Taylor an opportunity  In meet his constituents there says:*  Jli-.Taylor took the floor and   with  the introductory remark, "Mr. ��������� Chairman and gentlemen,* I fear you  have   .  given ine a large order to fill, but lean  assure you that I will, as in the   past,  do my utmost to secure your requests,"  spoke for a few minutes to the request*  just made by-Fergusonites   and   with  .  reference to the   wage, ��������� hospital  arid  resident physician resolutions.  The most important feature of Mr.  Taylors  -.address,' however,3 was  the  HVGffJinrAHtVPJ..t������|^ilt..at..-the.. recent.,  belli lid -jlosed doorsi Richard-'McBride-  as   the    Conservative      leader,     hnd  been  assured of sufficient support to  overthrow     the      Dunsmuir     faith-  breakers,      'nt'    lsast'   .-five      days  alter   the house meets and place him  at the head' of��������� affairs   in   this   province. .*: At any rate, it would either be  this outcome or another appeal to the  people.   This of course had. a bearing  on the requests just  made by: Fergusonites.       Mr.   Taylor concluded   by  saying    that    the    policy    .of: ��������� the  Conservatives "would be made known  very   soon   now, and he felt certain if  Mr. McBride were sustained ��������� we could  look for all we had askefl-for, as their  policy .would be a   progressive   and   a  liberal   one,   an announcement which.-  received warm applause, and indicated  if anything that Mr. Taylor's political'  course was endorsed by most of those  present.  MfC#*tSC*f44f4Hf*'S4HH[������*4*"Hte*&  be built and  moved from Medicine Hat a few years  ago will bo moved back here again.  We would welcome the continuation  of the rumor.  Geo. M. Gould, Canadian Pacific  Railway ticket agent, at Rat Portage,  shot himself in the temple a few-  minutes before noon on Wednesday.  The bullet lodged in the brain. No  reason cm he assigned for thc rash  act. He left three letters addressed  to his brother, the station agent, and  his affianced bride, but ihe contents  have not yet been made public. Gould  was a very popular young man, *:nd  was held in high esteem.  Mrs. Robinson, widow of David  Bishop Robinson, the car repairer',  who died last summer from the elfects  of injuries sustained while working or  the repair track in the C. P.R. yard in  this city, has caused a writ to be issued  against the Canadian Pacific Railway  company for damages to herself and  child for the loss of her lmsbaud. Mrs.  Robinson, who sues as administratrix,  claims $10,250. P. J. Nolan is the  advocate for' the plaintiff.���������Calgary  Herald.  The Official Journal of the Italian  government announces that the  government has taken a decided stand  in view of the rumors of an impending  strike upon all the great railway? in  Italy. Thc cabinet announces that  it cannot consider a rail was stiike,  affecting as it does great public inter  ests, iu the same category with a  strike of ordinary workers, but will  class such an action as a strike of  puhlic servants, punishable under the  penal code. While determined net to  allow a railway strike, the cabinet  recognizes the right ofthe working  classes to improve their own condition  a -This-mcans a.big, loss to the..Company._. __^  __^_  S THE STOCK MUST BE SOLD���������Swe .    _  everv Department, so great that they will wash out buyers mistakes  of remnants and forgotten things.    The power of clearing lies in thc  Never before have we made such onslaught on prices.      New     Fashionable^ ^enable *  id reliable merchandize will be sold., in many cases at a mere fraction of their former value.  TH F STOCK MUST BE SOLD���������Sweeprng^Te^uctions'-^will^take^place--throughout-������--  ���������       ��������� ���������       ���������-.-���������--*-  an(j   ciear out thousands fi  c prices.     {jg^Read thein:  Ladies' Jackets-rSS.OO.  Black Beaver, regular $4-75 and $5-5������-    t  Fawns, grey and  black,  all   this   Season s  goods, regular prices from $10.75   to  $12.  Sale Price $8  Children's Jackets ancl ulsters Half Price.  Special Bargains In  Ladles' Furs.  One Electric Seal Jacket, Size 34 x 30 tons, '  Regular Price S50���������Now    833 00  One Electric Seal Jacket, Size 3Gx30 In. Long  1/ ..,..,.....���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*���������*    sji uu  $60-  Men's and Boy's Shirts.  -��������� $1.50 Men's Navy Blue Flannel Shirts. .75c  75c. men's black sateen shirts 5oc  90c. Boys' navy blue flannel shirts ... .60c  $1 men's underwear, sale price: 75c  $2 and $1.50 odd lines in men's undershirts, to clear ���������. .Si-oo'  $1 men's heavy winter caps; sale price.40c  Ladies' Blouses.  Regular lines at $i.25and $1.50, will clear  at 75c. .      ���������     ���������  Black Sateen and figured Lustre   Blouses,  Lined.     Regular at $2.50 and 3.50.  Sale  Price ������������������ ��������� -SI.75  Children's Dresses.  In Cashmere, Flannellete and Serges���������all  sizes���������reduced to half price.  Flannelettes  "   A few pieces of flannelette in fancy stripes;  Regular price 8c; sale price 5C  Shoe Bargains.  Ladies' Fine Dongola Lace or Button Boot  medium weight, well made.  Regular $2.50  ���������sale price -S2.00  Ladies' fine Dongola Oxford shoe, machine  sewn sole, well made; regular $1.75; sale  price $1.25  Ladies' Golf Capes.  Ladies' Golf   Capes,   extra   long,   regular  $13.50; sale price $10  36 in. Unbleached Cotton, good heavy  weight; regular 10c.; sale price ... .8^c.  36 inch Bleached cotton;    regular 10c  Proposed Rifle Association.  ' A proposal has been made and is  being carried' into' effect'to form a  civilian rifle association itTtowh-under  the regulations*- of the militia department. Forty members have to be  enrolled of men over sixteen, which  strength has to be maintained. Per- '  sons enrolled are deemed to belong to  the militia reserve and may. b. called  out for service in case of a National  emergency. The militia department  furnish Lee-Enfield rifles and 100  rounds of ammunition per annum a  a head. Extra ammunition is supplied  at $15 a thousand rounds. The 100  round-, turnished by t.he government  has to be expended at an annual practice which takes place on two  miccessive days in October. The*  government also furnish targets.  A list of persons desiring tc he  em oiled iu the association ha* been  opened and will be found in thc Canada  Drug& Hook Store. The project is a  most excellent one, In {these times  every citizen should know how to  handle a riHe effectively and th.  Herald hopes to see a good strong  association formed for the purpose in  Revelstoke.  Ordars  Promptly  Solicited..  ty*********************** <S^^4f004fg4l4f^������^MH[4(4(**t0������������������������09������4^1f'g4Wttf4(0*<4.'���������������������������*0���������0���������904������fJi  Hockey.  Last night a very good and' keenly  contested game was played between  the Senior and Junior teams. The  players lined up as follows: ���������Cao, goal;  Edwards, captain, point; AHum. cover  point; Graham, centre; Bews, rover;  Carey, right wing; Douglas left wing.  Juniors���������Hilliard, captain goal; Calder,  point; L. Pettipiece, cover point;  Chambers, centre;'Patrick, rover; M.  Pettipiece, left wing; Frank Brown  right wing. The result of the match  was a victory by 6 to 0 in favor of the  seniors, but the match was a much less  one sided one than the score indicates.  The same teams will play again on  Monday evening.  The senior team given above, with a  possible change in goal, will play the  Vernon team in the tint 'next Wednesday.  '   \  <    >������������������  Las***? [t\\'$ Journal,  mfom  Published By  The Revelstoke Herald Publishing Co.  Limited Liability.  A. JOHNSON,  Managing Director.  A Semi-Weekly Journal publiHhed lu the  lute-rests ol the railway men. mining "ion and  l.usini'iis men ol tho West. Days ol l'ubllciillon  Wednesday and Saturday.  ADVKR11S1NO  1UTKS.  Display ails., ?1.S0 per Ineh; single column,  ti per Inch when inserted on title page  l.uRal ada., 10 cents per Inch (nonparlel) line  fur Hrst insertion; 5cents Ior each additional  insertion. Local .notices 10 cents per line each  Issue. Hirtti, Marriage and Death Notices  free.  Hl'I'SCIlllTION   KATK9.  Hy mall or currier, ti per annum; ���������Jl.-'i for  six months, strictly in advance.  OUH JOB IlEl'AItTMENT.  Isone of the best equipped printing offices in  the West and prepared to uxecute all kinds ol  printing In Iirstclass style at honest prices.  One price to all. No job too large���������none too  small���������for us. Mail orders promptly attended  to.   Give us a trial on your next order.  TO CUlinKSTONDKNTS.  Wo invite correspondence nn any subject  of Interest to the general public, ln all cases  Iho bona llde name ol the *.vrilor must iu-i'i.iii-  pany manuscript, but not necessarily lor  publication.  Address all communications to tlio Malinger  Wirlt'K TO COKRK'll'aNIIK.VT*!.  1.���������All correspondence must bo legibly  written on oue side ot thu paper only.  'J.���������Correspondence containing personal  matter must bu signed with the proper name  ot the writer.  IJ  K.VKOGAN, Editor.  and there the total results of his  return as member for Victoria will  begin and end.  British Columbia capital nnd British  Columbia labor will begin In get 'some  attention paid to their complaints  of neglect and and indifference on.the  piiit'ol'lhe Liberal government, jusl -us  soon as the British Colunibin electors  begin lo be men enough and "honest  enough to give expression to these  complaints by their votes. As long as  they are fools enough and dishonest  etiought to be caught by a mess of  government pap dangled under their  noses during one election campaign after another and wilh-  itrnwn as soon ns it has  served its purpose, ju-il so long will  the Laurier, cabinet li'avo British  Columbia out in the cold niter having"  carefully gone through her pockets.  For six years now the electors of this  province have been befooled and  bamboozled and thoy can havu sixty  years more of il, if lhey say so.  TIIE ONE THING NEEDFUL  BiwuiHiiMtmil III ll I illlHTlt ���������������������������-*���������  S.VI'l.'UDAY,    Fkbkuahy 1,    llXK.  EASILY SATISFIED;  I'or the first time in its history since  this province of llritish Columbia  entered Confederation lhe good city  of Victoria finds itself represented in  the Dominion House by a I/iberal,  ll is a personal victory for the Liberal  candidate but it is beyond the bounds  of human credulity .to claim it is a  victory for Liberal principles, The  only principle in dealing with this  province adopted by the Liberal  government since its accession to power  nearly six years ago, has been to  entirely ignore the existence of British  Columbia in the Dominion altogether.  ^lt is incredible that the electors of  Victoria rea\ly intended by their vote  on Tuesday to endorse a policy by  which a few thousands are annually  doled out to this province, while  millions are being poured out like  water in Quebec and the Maritime  Provinces. At the same time the  light in which the return of Mr. Riley  will quite naturally he regarded at  Ottawa in as an expression of the entire  satisfaction of the people of the'capital  "satisfiiclbry' condition of affairs and  any attempt made by the provincial  government to put pressure on the  party in power, in order to induce  them to give British Columbia her just  dues, will be weakened and thwarted  by the work of last Tuesday.  This province was already represented, if one can use the word, by  four supporters of the Laurier  government of the most harmless typt  known to science. Tuesday added a  fifth to the collection, We shall  proba-bly therefore continue to receive  all that in the opinion of Sir Wilfrid  and his colleagues is coining lo ns ou  lhe head of it, which seems to be very  little. How can we possibly expect to  gain the attention of the i-abinet and  house to our just requirements when  one constituency after another persists  in returning government candidates  of such mediocrity that even their  ^^wirsVpiwtteWKcsitlit'e^t'b^'lnnn^'onl'  of them for a cabinet position and  when the time for the regular roat for  representation in the cabinet for this  province comes round, they have to  fall back on the senate to pick a man,  whom they consider capable of holding  down the job. Although for that  matter lhey have never been able to  get their leaders to agree wilh Ihem  that even our only senator could fill  the bill.  However, blessed are they that  expect nothing, for they shall not be  disappointed. The electors of Vii toria  have told the L'tiirier cabinet in so  m-tny words that the capital;.*.!** nml  business men among them are quite  content to .������ee a paltry ten or twelve  thousand dribbled out here and there  uu the Dominion's contribution to the  development of the finest province in  the Confederation and that in their  opinion it i? quite right for the government to ignore our very existence,  while squandering million.**! to pap feed  ' every business interest in existence in  lhe favored provinces wi.hin sound nt  lhe grey Atlantic waves.  They have told the Laurier cabinet  lhat the working men among Ihem  are completely satisfied with the  attitude taken hy the Dominion  government during the trackmens'  and miners'strikes, with the pitiful  fraud foisted on Canadian lahor under  the name of the Alien Labor Exclusion  Act and with the shuffling of Laurier  und his colleagues on thc Oriental  immigration question. Mr. lliley can  now join Mr. Maxwell antl Ralph  Smith and out-own Galliher in swelling  thc division lists on   the   Liberal   side  The time is drawing vory near when  the trackmen will be expected to |  present their demands for a schedule]  and agreement to the C.P.R. management. This must be done, by a  properly selected and representative  protective board and if such board is  not already in existence, not an hour  should be lost in selecting and instructing it i'or its work.  It is noi necessary to remind tlu*  men or even the public of the struggle  of last year, but it is well to keep  in mind the terms, on which the  armistice was agreed to. The most  important of the conditions all'ecting  the men and their future stains i*,  that before responsible negotiations  are entered into they (the trackmen)  must bo prepared to show that lhey  have an effective organization covering the system: failini* in this nothing  can be done, the courageous efforts  and sacrifices of last year will havo  been made in vain and the benefits  that accrued from organization will hu  lost or postponed indefinitely. It  should be kept clearly in mind that  the element opposed to the trackmen  last year is still in power, the same  policy still prevails, and if that elc-  meant could by any means recoup  itself and recover its prestige by  defeating the men at the final stage of  the game nothing   would  lie more to  would say to the trackmen divest  yourselves of all sentimental notions,  rely on the strength ol your organization; you may prove the justice of  your claims up to the hilt and even a  mutual interest in granting them but  these will not count wilh a corporation  organized -principally nay solely to  make profit; the welfare of employes,  like that of the public they serve, are  outside the considerations of financial  corporations: like political states they  respect only power; just how much  respect they have for law and honor,  you, the trackmen, had ample opportunity of proving last year. If aught  remains to be done in organization,  we say do it quickly and do it well, or  you will be crushed like an eggshell  by a power more potent than all the  governments.���������Voice.  1S9S.   II.   No.  In the Supreme Court of "British  Columbia:  BETWEEN":  CHARLE  al, i'mintf/?*.,  a  The foundation should be laid by buying Real Estate in the new Town of  Situate right at the Doors of sill lhe Famous Fish Oreeic Gold Mines.  FIFTEEN minuter  ' walk from Main St.  GOLDFIELDS, will take you to tlie mouth oftiie big  5,500 foot tunnel on tlie Famous Camborne Group, or  on to the Goldbug Group.  YOUR OPPORTUMTY is now io buy at tho  bottom figures and you will get the advantage of tlie  raise that is sure to come next year.  Some More Facts EE^Xiu.  take you to the Big Gildsmith Group, Scott Group,  Wide West, Beatrice and Trilby groups, and a host of  other properties that will advertise the Fish Creek  Camp, in IJ, C.  THIRTY minutes   walk   will   take   you   to  the  Famous Eva, Imperial and Oyster Groups.  INVESTIGATE AHD  YOU  WILL  BE  PREPARED TO TAKE THE CHANCE.  224 LOTS NOW SURVEYED AND READY FOR THE MARKET IN  A FEW DAYS.  H       B       Eva MB BOB  LOCAL AGENT,  REVELSTOKE, B. C.  TIME TABLE  S. S. ARCHER OR S. S. LARDEAU  HOI.TEN",  FRAN"K VAND.W.I. A-MILi.IE BLACK."  iK.-fcndant**.  TAKE NOTICE that o-irviant it. ill'.* Order of  Hon.-Mr. Justice .Mn-rin inridcin th-.nlx.vc  R-tion and dated Jnniihrv _r_-ii1. loo.', there will  b_* offered ior pule nl I't.'BUIJ aCCTIO**.' by  James Vaylnrfti the office of the undersigned  at Ravels-toR*.*. II. C, on H.iTuKUAY. thc  Twcnt.v-f-ccond day of February, linn, nt. the  hour of Two o'clock in th" afternoon. All and  singular lhn**e oe.-inin parcels .if land ultuate  In the i itv of I*i������-.*!l-tok.\ II. xi. and more  particnlarlv d-*-*orlI.**d a* I...I*. Numbers and  10, niock 10, Plan SUV  On   5aid   property   i*.   erect***!   i    good   two  storey frame dwelling  'Ilie .-.all property Mill b<* "-old .nbjeet m to  ���������laid lot 9 totlie rights of John A. Mara, hi"  heirs or fli'-lgn-' an*l subject to the Incumbrances elinrgeil nghln*t the >ald premises.  Fnrtli'iilarv of which may be obtained from  redcrlck Frasor. E-q.. Rcceirer appoint.-'! by  .said Order, or from  IIAIIVKY, .M-rCAP.TKR .'.-  PI.VKIIIM.  Plaintiff*:' *-'.j! loi tors,  fluted ath'.Iannarj-.A I)..!.*'.!.  Running between Arrowhead, Thomson's  Landing and Comaplix, commencing October  14th, 1901, will sail as lollows, weather permitting:  Leaving Arrowhead for Thomson's Landing  and Comaplix twlcndaily���������lllk. anil 15k.  Leaving Comaplix antl Thomson's Landing  for Arrowhead twice daily���������7:15k and 12:15k  Making close connections with all C. P. It.  Steamers and Trains.  The owners reserve the right to change times  of sailings without notice.  The Fred Robinson Lumber Co., Limited  NOTICE.  TAKE NOTICE that CO days after date 1  intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner  ol Lands and Works Ior permission to cut and  carrv away timber Irom the following described lniulK.*. ._.-,' ���������  . Cl. > .*, auu^t.un. cur.,.-infiliwr*.rc.ltr,'.   /wnnic*~0u  feet from Scott Creek, thenee wost 40 chains;  thence north 160 chains; thence cast 40 chains;  tlienee south 160 chains, to tlie place ol commencement; containing M0 acres.  ROGER F. PERRY.  Goldiields. B. C Oct. 17th. 1901.      Nov. 6-tf.-  2STOTIOE.  TAKE NOTICE that sixty days after date I  intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner  of bands and Vtorks for permission to pur  chase a pared of land described as follows:  Commencing at a post marked Alice Perry's  N'o. 1 Post; llience west '20 chains; thence  Norlh 10chains; thence East 20chains; thence  South -10 chains to point of commencement.  This fraction of land commences North of tt.  1*'. Pern's pre-emption following McKcnzie's  North-vVcst Line, containing about 80 acres,  more or less.  ALICE PERRY.  Goldfields, Nov. 27,1901. Dec 4-lju  N  NOTIOE "���������  OTICE Is hereby given that 30 days after  date I intend to apply to the Chief Com*  mis-ionerof Lands and Works for permission  to cut and carry away tiinber from the following de-eribed lauds:���������Commencing at a post  at the **outh-east corner of Roger F. Perry's  pre-emption, marked '.Southeast corntr of  limber limit applied for bv F. .1. Goldsmith";  thence west 40 chains; thencenorth 160 chains;  thence eon 10 chains to Fish Creek; thencu  following the meandering!) of Fish Creek 160  chains to poiut of commencement; containing  &iil acres, more or le-*a.  F.J. GOLDSMITH,  Thomson's Landing, October 16th, 1901.  "Notice." ' "       --���������--���������  A special meeting of thc Board of  License Commissioners will be held in  the Provincial Dolice otTice,RevuIstoke,  on Tuesday, thc 21st of Janu-irj-, to  decide on" the application of .1. D.  Gillis. of Daw.*-on City.  Ji. A. Upper,  ��������� Chief Inspector.  Mortgage Sale.  UNDER AND P.Y VIRTL'Kof the powers contained in a rertain mortgage which will  be produced at the time of yale, thero will be  offircd bv PUDLIO AUl.TION by James Taylor,  at thc ofllee of the unrtcr-.ign-.fi at Revelstoke,  "���������.C, on Saturday, the twenty-second day of  February, A D., 190*2, at the hour of twoo'ciock  in thc afternoon, the following properly, viz:  ��������� portion of the North-West Quarter of Section  Ten (101, Township Twcnty-Thrie (23), Range  Six (fi). West of thc Sixth Meridian, containing  hy admeasurement 138 and 61-100 acres more or  less. Said property being situate near Craig-  ellachlc. the District of Yale, fl. C. On thc  property are one frame building and barn.  For terms and conditions of sale apply to  HARVEY, McCAR. EI*, .t I'I.S'KIIA.\f,  of Revelstoke, II. C,  Solicitors for Mortgagee.  Dated at Kevelstoke, Jan 28th, 1902.  WANTED.  WANTED���������Hy a man aged W who is In  P������ism-siio:i of ft good trade and {3.000 capital,  Correspondenc*.* with a rnald or widow,  between 40 and CO, with a small capital, with a  vl'-u- I'i srolng into bu*lnesi nnd matrimony.  Address all letters tu "J. U."  Heii.ild ollice.  dec. 11-lm.  Cottage, lornor Fourth Street and Orton  Avenue. For particulars apply to 11. V.  Foum-*!, Thc.MolM>n������ Baclr. Dce2B-tf  jl ������@������ uwsofts -=^gr'  H /:.C.igar -.Factory^  :'REVELSTOKE^-   B.C.  H; A.:BROWJ^H;Pr������op.  ���������.*>: Bran d SiL-y.yyyy  OUR   SPECIALl and :THE;; UNION  M :all:;goodS; union -made  I.ACES and HrAIDS fe  A large range oT Point f.ace,-  Duchcss and BtUtcnburg  Ilrulds, Stamped Designs,  Stamped Linens, Embroidery  Needles, Hooks, &c.  Berlin and Zephyr ^YooIs, all  shades, Slipper Soles, Valen-  sclcnces Lace, Insertion.  Call at tho_  MADISON PARLORS.  Misses Shcppard & Bell  McKenzie Avenue      oe23  m  38  HOME  G-ttO-WXir  ritlCE  BUS J1MKTS  ALL TRAINS.  F1IIST CLASS)   AC'CO-ifMODATION.  HEATED  BV HOT A IK.  H12ASONABLK  ItATES.  Brown & Guorin, Props.  ELECTRIC BELLS AND LIGHT IN EVERY ROOM.  HOUItLY STREI5T CAB  MEETS ALL TRAINS.  J1AR  WELL SUPPLIED BY THE CHOICEST  WINES,  LIQUORS AND CIGAKS   zisx&r&?i'%-5zrf:eiizixir\>8&i.rtx!ir.  & C0'Y.  'Wholesale and Retail Dealers  gg PRIME BEEF;     PORK. - Mli*T0N.     SAUSAGE.  j������ .   . FISH AND GAME IN. SEASON.  g3t������&������  The very best on the market tod  including:  Potatoes,       Cabbage,  Carrots, Turnips,  ETC.,    ETC.,    ETC.  Also first quality of well cured  TifflirthyrMHy  Send orders for same to  S. D. CROWLE,  Revelstoke, B. C.  CANADIAN  PACIFIC RAILWAY  TRA9NS LEAVE REVELSTOKE :  IiASTBOU.ND    8:20  ,   WESTBOUND 17:30  SOUTHBOUND... .   8:10  THE   MINES  EXCHANGE  .LIMITED  MINES BOUGHT AND SOLD  Wu hive purchasers for all kinds of metalliferous mines and pros-  pacts, una desire to hear from prospectors and others having property  Lot' sule  Oiu* facilities for miking quick sales are unrivalled.  8 jud us reports; also samples of ore for exhibition at our Office.  -THE-MINES-EXeHANGErtlMITEDr^^ ="  Nelson, B. C.  II. O.' PARSON, President.  M. J. O'BRIEN, Managing Director  UOTICE.  TAKE NOTICE that r/i .Ixy������ nfter rtalr I  Intend to apply to the Chief commissioner OI  I.and* and \Vorlcs for permi***--lon to purchase  tbe following described Und*:  Commencing at a post mar!f������-d "K. McA-iams'  : o. I I'oit," bltuate close to ihe old line of  Hill ii Urantford's pre-emption, Fihb Creek,  thence north *W chains, thence v^e-"t JU chaini,  thenrcHOuth 40 chain", thence east -J) chains  to i.olnt of commencement.  Goldfields. Jan. 16th, Vfjl.  K. McAdam.  In Stock...  A Warehouse full  of  first-jln������������  Qu-ility   Wheat, Oats,  Short,       Bran,  Hay, Coal.  Prices a-n-ay down for Spot Cash.  J. C. HUTCHISON.  Pmms  {PROMPTLY SECURED,!  Write for our Interesting bookn " Inventor'* Help" and  " How you are rwlndled.'  Send us a rough sketch or model of your In  vention or improvement nnd w will tell you,  free our opinion ai to whriher it is probablyj  gntentable. Rejected applications have often  een succe-isfully prosecuted by ua. We  conduct fully equipped offirrq In Montreal,  and Washington ; tbl*iqiinlifie*i us to prompt^  ly dispatch work and quickly -vcure Patent.,  as bred a* tjic iuveutioii. Highest refcrencer  furnished.  Patents procured through Marlon A Marion receive special notice without charge in  over 100 newspapers di'tributed throughout  the Dominion.  Specialty:���������Patent business of Manufacturers ana Engineers.  MARION & MARION  Patent Expert-: and Solicitors, i  J Office. ��������� J NewYorkLHeB-ld'B. rtontreali  L^J^TrJLr^^SSli^^SS^^^  TOURIST CAR SERVICE  TO ST. PAUL  Sundays, Wednesdays, Fridays.  Montreal ancl Boston���������-   FRIDAYS  Toronto���������  ....SUNDAYS,  ....and   WEDNESDAYS  Passengers ticketed  to all  points  at lowest rates.  DIRECT STEAMSHIP SERVICE  From Vancouver to���������  CHINA  JAPAN,  AUSTRALIA,  AL'ASKA  Full Inrorm.uion and particulars apply  'toNcarcst C.P.R. Agent.  T. \V. Bradshaw,  Agent  Kevelstoke.  E, J. Coylc.  Assist. Gen.  Passenger Agent  VancoUT.r.  The Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Go.  Limited Liability.  Carry a full and complete line of  Scotch and Rye Whiskies, Boandies, Rums,  Holland, Old Tom, London Dry and Plymouth Qliis,  Ports, Sheries, Clarets, Champaa.he,!LJquer*  Imported and Domestic Oiffars.  .    REVELSTOKE  Steam Laundry Co.'y.l  A challenge  We challenge anyone iri  Revelstoke to give substantial reasons for supporting Chinese laundries  In exchange we offer to  give io good reasons why-  Chinese laundries should  not be patronized.  BUKER & SAXTON,  Proprietors.  THE CITY EXPRESS  E. W. B. Paget; Prop;  Prompt delivery ol parcels,* baggage, ete.  to any part of the city  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken :  All orders left at R.'M. Smythe*. Tobaesa  tore, or by Telephone No.7 will KcelYe prompt  ttcntion. *. ; -v     :  Jas. I. Woodrow  BUTCHER  Retail Dealer in���������  Beef, Pork,  Mutton, Etc.,  Fish and Game in Seasen....  AH order* promptly filled.  ^KSSS.: KBYBI.S*?0gBlB.3.  ���������:<& 4  \  i  '��������� \  j  fe  ��������� frit'trx  Northwestern Development Syndicate  LIMITED  Cupluil: ?1,000,000 iu 1,000,000 Shares.   Far vulue .1.00 each.  All Treasury Stock.     No Promoter's and no Preferred Stock.  Large Veins Free-Milling1 Gold Ore  Firot Allotment.    200.000 Shares now offered for 50c. a thare.  ANDREW F. ROSENBERER,  Secretary, P.O. Box.700, Nelson, B.C.  SIBBALD & FIELD,  Oliicial Brokers, Revelstoke, B.C.  THE TOWNSITE OF  IS NOW ON THE MARKET.  BUY BEFORE YOU SLEEP.?.  CIRCLE CITY is the Terminus   of   the   proposed   Railway   already   surveyed  via thc Lardeau  Creek with fork to that point.  CIRCLE CITY is beautifully situated at the base of  the Lardeau Pass,  Galena  and Surprise Creeks.  CiRCLE CITY is   absolutely   surrounded    by    Mining . Properties   now   under  Development."       .... . . .  Prliitinj  from thc  SEND FOR PARTICULARS AT ONCE-  TO* THE GENERAL AGENT,  G.B, BATHO,  Ferguson, B. G.  ���������Printers  ���������of  ���������Fine  ���������Office  ���������Stationery.  Including  LETTER   HEADS  ENVELOPES  STATEMENTS  BILL HEADS  NOTE HEADS  Sr-11PPING TAGS.  POSTER AND DODGER  PRINTING   A  SPECIALTY  Herald Job Office  FRONT STREET.  A GOOD  NAME....  Ia better than riches  Wc havo the name of making  the only Stylish Suits in Town  ���������for durability ond quality  they also excel."  _____s____________������_.  _TRY ONE  R. S.WILSON  Next the McCarty Block.  First Class Dry Wood  delivered in any length  for Citsh;  *W--l-4.^4..1.1-i..{.4.1..1.^+d.i.*-1.4"i"i������M*'i"l*,  k  PELLEW-HARVEY,  BRYANT & GiLMAN  Mining Engineers  and Assayers,  VAXCOUV1CH, II.C.      Ksubllshed 1890  I1  I  ASSAY WORK OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS  UNDERTAKEN.  Tosti made up to '2,000lbs.  A specialty made of cheeking Smelter  Pulps.  Sampled from the Interior bv mail or  express promptly attended to.  Correspondence .solid led.]  ;, VANCOUVER, B. C.  ���������f*f*f*f**f'f'f++**'f*i'*f*r''f-f*T**f*i'*i'*f-f'*i*-f  L S  19        U"VAAUA������AVl������t  Successor to I). Jenkins,  Manufacturers of-  FINE BOOTS AND SHOES  Repairing of Boots, Shoes  and Harness, a Specialty.  Next Door to Guy Barber's  Ably furnished with the  Choicest     the     Market  > affords.  BEST WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS  Large, Light bedrooms.  Rates $i a day.  Monthly Rate.  J. Albert Stone ���������   Prop.  W  *s____.i  Is the recognized organ for all the latest mining news of North  Kootenay. Particular attention is���������'paid to securing early and reliable  intelligence from the newly discovered Free Milling Gold Camps on Fish  River and from the placer and quartz mines of the Big Bend and district,  ��������� in the immediate activity of. Kevelstoke, such as Illecillewaet, Albert  Canyon, Jordan Pass.and Isaac Creek. Next season will witness a big  revival of certainty throughout North Kootenay, aud 'mining in.en and  others desirous of gaining tho earliest and most authentic news from  the  ~district^w'iU~firid-the-"coKuiins-of--thb^HKRA-TjD-theii*-ibest-souice-ot  information.       "���������   ' ' ' .,      -  Railway News is also a Specially of tlie HERALD and articles of  special interest"to Railway men will also be found in its columns.  AS*. M ADVERTISING  _ .* THE HERALD offers advantages in ils total Weekly circulation  and the_class of readers, wliich it reachea. unparalleled in the district. Tt  appears twice to any other papor's once a. week and is found in the homes  of thp wage-earning classes,-the backbone of tho business of the district.  Bus-nessnjen want theicaiinouiiceiiioiits to reach the home people who  have,the money to.take advantage of- their oilers and the homes and  families which render it necessary for thcmi to spend it. No other class of  circulation is of any use to thorn.������' These aro the kind of people who make  np a big proportion of our Subscribers, ��������� people with homos, families,  employment and interests right.at home, the people Revelstoke. merchants want to get at. -, A spnctflii^oiu' advertising columns, judiciously and  thoroughly'utilized, constitutes a Twice A-Week letter to every homo in  Revelstoke; and in the Railway ai.d Mining points, tributary to Revelstoke business.  LEGAL  JM. SCOTT   B A., I.L.B.  Barrister,      Solicitor,    Notary   Public,   Etc.  Kir.-t Street, Kevelstoke.  Monev to loan,  APPLY TO  fJARVEY,- M'CARTER A PINKIIAM  Barristers, Solicitors, Etc.  Solicitors lorlmperial Bank of Canada. ���������  Company funds to loan at8 percent.  First street, Itevclstoke li. C.  CHURCHES  METHODIST CHLT.I'II, IIEVEI-STOKE.  Preaching services at 11 a. in. and 7:80 p. m'-  Clftcs nieeiui" at  the   close   of   the morning  -ervlcc.   Sabbath School and Bible Class at 3:S0  I'ra\cr  Meeting  every   Wednesday  at 7:H0.   Thu    public   are   cordially  Seats free.  u ������������������   Rev. C. Ladner, Pastor.  Weekly  e\cning  invited.  ST. I-ETEIt S CUUI.CII, ANGLICAN.  Eight a.m., Holy Eucharist; 11a.m., ma';as,  itaiiv and sermon (Holy Eucharist first Bun-  .i!nv_l'ii_the_mo_utli);._-2_::.q_S_unday   school,_pr  children's service; 7:30 Evensong (choral) and  sermon.   Holy Hays���������The Holy  Eucharist is  celebrated at 7 a.m. or 8 a.m., as announced.,  Holy Baptism alter Sunday School at3:15.    ���������  c. a. I'Roccnier, Rector.  PRESBYTERIAN  CHURCH.  Service every Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.  to which all nre welcome. Prayer meeting at  S p. m. every Wednesday.    *���������'  Rev. W. C. Calder, Pastor.-  ROMAN CATHOLIC CHOP.CH.  Mass   at 10:30 a. in.,  on  first,  iccond and  fourth Sundays in the mouth.  l-.EV.   PATHER   THAYER.  SALVATION   ARMY.  .Meeting every night in their. Hall en Front  OUR JOB PRINTING  - Is~the completest in the district for appliances, material and*  Craftsmen. Our work speaks for itself. No, other office in North  Kootenay can touch it,'because we not only have the tools to do good  work with, but we know how to use them'. " Call and see our Samples and  you will perhaps be surprised .to see the artistic and finished class of work  which wercan turn out.   Prices graded down to suit the times.  SOCIETIES.  Gold Range Lodge K. of P.,  No. 26, Revelstoke, B. C.  Meets everv Wednesday in  Oddfellows' Hall atSo'clock  Visiting Knights invited. .  II. A. Brows,  C. C.    :    :   :   :   :   :  F. 13. Lewis, K. of R. & 8.  FARWELL   ESTATE.  The choice land north of track,  between Tapping's and Long's.'will  be subdivided for sale as soon as  possible.  3. M. SPROAT,: VICTORIA,   B. C  ���������   _,P. O. Box, 42o.  Express Delivery  All orders left at W. M.  Lawrence's will be promptly  attended to.  ���������H.  Cook.  GO TO  . isalzls: Xj.a.tt:d:ei:e&  For your Christmas Fruit and Bon Bons.  Chocolates, 40c. to 60c.  ,- Ccndles from 15c.  FANCY BISCUITS.     ORaNGES. ��������� LEMONS.  TOVS AND FANCY GOODS.  ���������tfa>\  FATHER PAT ON  Red Rose Degree meets second and fourth  Tuesdays of each month; Whilo Rose Decree  meets third Tuesday of eaeh quarter, in Oddfel-  Iowb Hall.   Visiting brethren welcome  G. E. GROGAN, HY. EDWARDS,  President. '      Hon. Secretary.  BEAUTIFUL  Mackenzie Ave.   Revelstoke, B.C.  Revelstoke Rink (o��������� Ltd-  t LOYAL ORANGE LODGE No. 1658.  ! o jS Regular ineetiiiRS arc held in the  ��������� te^lS Oddfellow's Hall on tho Third Fri-  ���������*?������}-, day of each month, at 8 n.m. sharp.  yfriyh Visiting brethren cordially ii " ���������  rj/Oi������ A.J   IINSON, W. if  r invited  "W. G. BII'.N'EY, Rcc.-Sec.  A. K. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER.  Roval School of Mines, London.    Seven yearn  ot 'Morfa  Works,  Swanvea.     17   years  Chief  Chemist  to Wipan Coal and Iron Co.,   Eng.  Late chemist and Assayer, llall Mines, Ltd.  Claims examined and reported upon.  Ferjiuson. B.C.  Skating every afternoon and evening Irom  8 to 6 and from 8. to 10.  The Public arc Invited to visit the Rink; no  charge being made Ior Spectators.  A charge of 25c will bo made for skating. !In  thc alternoon ladies or children 16c,  . Season Tickets may bo purchased nt tlio rink.  Lndlcs $3.60. Gentlemen $0, Children?.!.  Good for skating aficrnoon and evening, except special events tuch as CaruIvuW, Ilockey  Matches, etc,  , Hockey Practices.  SENIORS���������Mondays, .Fridays and Saturdays  from 10 to 11. Wednesdays, from  7 to 8.  JUNIORS���������Tuesdijs from in to 11, and Wednesday Irom 7 [08.  LADIES���������Tuesdays from 2 to 3.  Curling every afternoon ami evening.  Now;-, ready at my Studio,  views  of Revelstoke and vicinity.   Also  lelephoto views of all -the peaks  visible from  the city.   They will  be  upon   permanent platinotype,  the finest photographic paper procurable and absolutely permanent,  size 3x1, 25c., size 4xC, 50c.      Send"  these to your relatives and friends .  for the New Year and  they will  have something of a true artistic1  value.    The   Studio   will   remain  open this evening till 22"o'clock.  "WW  lee  YVhen the chill hand of winter has  to a certain extent relaxed in tho  mountains, the season of snow and  mud slides commences. Those who  have traveled up and down the O.P.R.  from Donald to Kmnloops during the  early spring fully realize the danger,  with its inherent spice of adventure,  that those employed on a mountain  railway rather enjoy than fear. And  it is or this time of the year, in the  spring of 1SS7, I will tell a story, only  one of mahy, showing the fearlessness  and manhood of him whom thousands  in the province were proud to call  friend���������"Father" Pal.  Tlie spring of the Jubilee year was  marked by more than an ordinary  number of snow slides, and everyone,  on the eastern slope of the Rockies  p.-irtifiiliii-ly, had more than enough to  do. Ollices, roundhouses nnd freight  shells were emptied and all hands were  mote lliiin tired of shovelling snow.  There had been a pretty big slide just  west of Hear Creek which |nfter some  IS hours of hard woik was only half  removed, when, without a minute's  notice, down rushed another along the  same avalanche cleared slope of tha  mountain side, partly filling the cutting. A large gang of Italians were  working at the west end, and a run  was made for safety. But three were  too late. "When their fellow workmen  returned nothing was seen but another  immense mound of snow, yet all knew  that somewhere underneath it were  three human lives slowly flickering  away to be quenched wilh the last  spasm of suffocation. Many wont to  work arid the snow fle'w as it rarely  flies even under the pressure of  "clearing the road." It took ;������n hour  .0 liberate the three, but a spark of  life still remained.  The Italians, unaccustomed to the  elfects of physical exhaustion, gave  their fellows up for lost, and gathered  round tlieni with many expressions Jof  sorrow. A few of the more religious  took their rosaries and kneeling beside  Lhe track, commenced telling their  beads and praying for the departing  souls o'f'their countrymen.  . ButFather Pat was near.-as always  at the scene of trouble.    He  had  been  detained by the slide, coming from the  West and knew   the   only   chance   to  save the three was to get them as'soon  as possible to the hospital  at   Donald  The slide intervened, he did not know  for what distance, as the fresh   snow  might have piled up the   Eastern   end  also.   But he did know that oyer that  slide was an engine and that  once  on  it a half hour's run would carry "those  "dagoes" to "medical assistance.'  HeJ.eli.eved in the gospel of action.  Getting one hoisted on his shoulders,  he started across the slide. It was  only some 200 yards, but every "yard  was in 'danger. Another slide might  come down at any time, perhaps of  mud, when his chance for life would  be very slim, if not an impossibility.  But with his athletic frame and a lif������  in danger Father Pat was capable of  almost anvthing.    It took him half an  SUBSCRIPTION PRICE,$2 PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE.  H   EDWARD S  TAXIDERMIST.  DEEP. HEADS, BIRDS, Ete. MOUNTED,  ,__."������ Cleaned and Pejaired.  JCST EAST OF PBESB^TBKIAX CHURCH  Thir-i stmt.  NEW YEAR'S CAKES !  NEW YEAR'S CAKES 2  PLENTY OF MILK  FOR EVERYONE  Why poison ��������� your systems  using Condensed.Milk, clone  up in old rusty tin cans?  when you'can-buy pure  SALMON ARM MILK  at REVELSTOKE DAIRY.  FRUIT,  PEEL,  GROCERIES  For people who like  to make their own  Cakes.  A. N. SMITH  NOTICE OF ASSIGNMENT  NOTICE Io IIEHE11Y GIVEN that Henry J.  Bourne, of Kevelstoke, British Columbia, ami  Prank 11. Ilourne, of Nakusp.ftritlsh Columbia,  carrying on business at Rovolstoko, Nakusp  anil New Denver an General Merchants, under  the llrm name ot Ilourne. lirotlicrs, have by  (Iced gated the 10tl������ (lay ol January, 1502,  assigned all lheir and - neh ol their real and  personal pre-.crty which may be seized and  sold undcrcxccution. for the general benefit  of creditors to Frederick Iluseomlie. ol Haro  street,  Vancouver,    Merchant,    and   Arthur  William Johnston, ol WnterStrcct, Vancouver,  Merchant.  A meeting ol the creditors li hereby called  for Monday, the 20th day of January, 1002, at  thc hour of *i p. m. at the ofllco ol .\ie������sr.������. S.  Grcenshields Son & Co., Water Street, Vancouver,  AUcreditors are required to iile with Arthur  William Johnston, one ol the .���������.sslgnccs, full  particulars of thelrclalin. and the nature ol  their securities, il any, held by them, and  notice is hereby given that after the first da*  of April thc Assignees will proceed to distribute the assets am ng the creditors, of whose  debts or claims they shall have received  notice, and that they will not be responsible  for the a������sets or any part thereof so distributed  to any creditor of whose debt or claim they  shall not then have received notice.  Dated this 14th day of January, A.D., 1002.  DAVI3, MARSHALL & MACNEII L,  Solicitors lor thc Assignee..  hour to get the flrst one over, when  we at the other end,-recognized his  form, went out to meet him. His  burden was soon relieved and many  volunteered to go back with him, but  he refused any assistance with a  cheery "That's all right, boys, I"ll  pack 'cm over, sure enough."  Three times he went across that  slide loaded with his living burden,  and threo times tlie yard engine went  lo Donald with a half dead, exhausted  rtaliau, coming hack twice to find  another waiting. Father Pat went on  with thc last one, tired out but happy,  and almost everyone in the now  dismantled railroad town went out  to meet the engine at the hospital.  Nothing much was said, but when ii  subscription came round for church  funds the boys all dived pretty deep  for il.  Father Pat lias gone, Donald has  ceased to exist. His church even ha������  been torn down and re-erected at  Golden; but none of us who know him  then will ever forget the whole souled,  companionable man who truly followed tlie Christlike precept of "going  about doing good."  Mnny more yarns might- be told of  our friend now in the great' beyond,  and I trust that some competent hand  will raise in the realm of literature an  enduring monument to him. whoa*  Hfo was devoted to true religion,  without petty distinctions of. creed.���������  Colonist.  Remember the hockey match on  Wednesday February 5th., Vernon ft  Revelstoke,  JL  ���������tMMUafl MISTAKES  May be made in wearing  Chest Protectors  But your grimiest mistake will  be ni'iilt* in not wearing one.  They are a great preventative  of cold and nobody should bi;  without nne when they ran  get tlu'in so cheap at the  CANADA DRUG & BOOK CO.'Y.  All Sizes and Prices.  Si'u ihem in our window.  DIED.  KiniiY���������At Revelstoke on  Helen H. Kirby, wife of  of Arrowhead aged 27.  Jan.   29th.  XV.   Kirby  Notes of News.  R. H. Trueman will visit Revelsloke  on Feb 1th for ten dnys.  The Cosgrove Meriymikers will  show in the opera house on Thursday  evening.  Ruiiiewbei*   the   hockey   match    on  Wednesday February ������th  lievelstoke.  Knid Martin Concert. 20th inst.,  under the auspices of the Lutlies'Aid  of the Presbyterian church.  Louis Hunoit has bsen appointed  caretaker of the public schools in the  place or J. Savage, i esigned.  Remember thc Enid Martin Concert  on the 20th of February under the  auspices of St. Andrew's Ladies  Aid:  The subject for the sermon next  Sunday evening in the' Methodist  church will be "The* Battle of  Armageddon."  Dave Ferguson and his brother  Pete carne up froni the south on Wednesday, having returned a few days  before from Ontario.  The remains of J. Roderick Robertson were cremated in New York on  Thursday, that mode of disposal being  known to be in ' accordance with thc  wishes of the deceased.  Services next Sunday in St. Peter's  as usual at 8 and 11 a. m. and 7.30 p.m.  Second celebration after morning  prayer. Rev. C. A. Procunier will  officiate at all services.  Next Sunday evening Lodge Royalty  "iii. S.O.E.B.S., will parade to church  at St. Peter's in honor of the memory  of Queen Victoria, thn tlay being the  first anniversary of her funeral.  From the Vancouver World: Organ  recital at Presbyterian church. Mr.  E. Bayliss, L.R.A.M., accompanied in  his usual.delightful manner. It is a  treat to hear accompaniments so well  played.  J. Ladner and.Fred. Crick came in  on this morning's No. 2 to represent in  theB.L.F. in certain matters to belaid  before the authorities in connection  with the work required of firemen on  the division.  W. White, K. C��������� of Dawson City,  accompanied by his partner, C. C. Mc-  ���������Caul, spent Thursday in town. They  are on their way buck to the far north  and expect a cold trip. Mrs. White  and family are residing in Toronto.  Major Hargravc, pi ovincial officer of  the Pacific province, consisting of  British Columbia, Washington, Idaho  and Montana, will bo with the Salvation Army Tuesday and Wednesday,  Feb. 4th and oth.   Everybody  invited.  Next Monday at the meeting of the  Epworth League, a proposal for the  League to furnish a ward in the new  hospital will coma up. The idea is one  of practical Christianity and ought to  recommend itself to such an' organization as the League.  '- "Tlie- FiTiit*y~Dfes8_Biill^which���������the  Quadrille   Club   are   giving, is   being  anticipated    with    feelings   of   great  c3-e3stek,j^.3l :MiEiR/C:E3:.A.:D<j"a:s-  Shows the necessity of providing yourselves with good Rain Coats and Rubbers  It was very wet (especially coming home).  We   have   excellent    Rain    Coats    and  Rubbers to protect you from   the   slush  and snow.'  We offer you bargains in these lines.  NOVELTY PHOTOS I  ��������� |  1 make all styles of Photo Buitoii-*,  Brooches, I'ins, E c.     Very Newest In-  Taylor & George  Wish all their Customers and prospective  Customers ������' A Happy and Prosperous  New.Year, 1903." That you will enjoy  thc former we are sure. But to be assured of prosperity it is necessary that you  buy your . *  DRESS GOODS, MEN'S FURNISHINGS,  BOOTS AND SHOES, &o.,  from us. Now is the time to sort up.  We are sorting ud our Best selling lines,  and to do this properly we offer you  Bargains.  Call and Inspect Our nnn_i<;  Taylor & George,  I copy any photouraph or tintype.  Mackenzie Avenue,  Ui  You should call without delay  sit Ior some of thote popular  nrt  J  STAMP    ��������� Remember !  limited time.  JPHOTOS  I will be here only  i<S������Js  jee-������������������  i-es*-  w*-***-  STCDIO:       TAYLOR BLOCK.  HOWARD   KING,  . IIOTOGiAI-HEIt.  FANCY DRESS  THE  NORTHERN  ASSURANCE  OF LONDON, ENGLAND.  I������*--  sale*���������  ������Sfc-  The First Carnival of the Season  At the Rink. A Very Successful Affair. Description of  Costumes and Prize Winners.  The carnival held nt. I lie rink on  Thnrhdiiy evening wus well attended.  There were quite it nuuilii'r of skaters  in costume. The Independent -Kind  was in attendance and added cnn-sidei-  iibly to the. success of the affair. The  following is the list of cost nines :  Mrs. F: II. Frelz, Nurse.  Mrs. B.A. Lawson, Chinese Lady.  Miss Hell, Flags of All Nations.  Miss V. Coleman, Tainhorine GirK  Miss Ruth Valentine, Good Luck.  Miss Clarcy, School Girl, red, white.  Miss Oallen, School Girl, blue, white.  Miss B. Sawyer, Queen of Fsiries.  Miss McFadden, Queen of Hearts.  Miss Major. Queen ol* Night.  Miss Hilda Turnross, Hekalu.  J. Dallas. Canadian Scotchman.  A. .1. Howe, Coon.  J. M. Graham. Dutch Grenadier.  A. C. Cao, Nurse.  It. H. Craig, Buffalo Bill.  F. H. Fretz, Patches.  Grassy Knowlton. Mephistopheles.  Homer Bolton, School Girl.  Earl Pettipiece, Nigger Wench.  Graham Skene, Kentucky Belle.  C. R. Skene,Yellow Rose of Texas.  CAPITAL AND FUNDS $38,365,000.  REVENUE            5,714,000.  DOMINION DEPOSIT.     311,700.  ���������������*������������������-  ���������A.<3-:E2sra?e  SIBBALD & FIELD,    -    Revelstoke, B.C.  ���������5*-  THE  pleasure by the votaries of the dance  in town and many tasteful and artistic  cratumes i.re being "prepared for the  occasion.  The hospital board are making good  headway with the arrangements for  furnishing the building. The Masons  will provide for one ward and the K.  l'.'s for another and other fraternal  societies in town and the Epworth  league of the Methodist church are  taking the matter up. The cost of  furnishing a ward is $"."), while 335 will  provide u bed.  On Sitlihnth evening last the Rev.  \V. C. Calder preached nn th* life of  William TyndiiL: and the Knglish  Bible. This being the, third in tho  series) of jsertiionii on the reformation  given on the last Sabbath of each  month. Although the night was very  cold a large congregation listened with  deep interest to the story of the man  wbo by his sutTerings and trials gave  to the Knglish people Ihe bible in their  own loved Saxon tongue. Tyndiile, by  liis scholarship and adaption for his  undertaking, produced a work which  nfterwards became the basis of our  present authorized version. After a  leference to the fact that thf  Reformation in Knglnnit was not due  to Henry VIII. but to the word of  God alone. Mr. Calder traced the life  and work of Tyndnlt* through nil its  ilisnppoint incuts-and suflVrine**! to his  martyrdom at Antwerp in 1536. The  wriiimi eloped with a glowing tribute  to the character, attainments and  lasting influence of this, one of  England's giCHtest Englishmen.  Arthur Caylev, School Girl.  B. Cayley. I'oin Thumb.  L. Pettipiece, Clown.  Wilfiid Smythe. Clown.  The prize for thejbest Indie*' costume,  a fancy table presented by .J.E. Wood,  manager of the Revelstoke Furniture  Co. was awarded to Miss Bell and for  the bust mens' co������tnnn\ a hat presented by Reid Si Young, lo R. H.  Craig. There were quite a number of  very pretty costumes among the ladies  in spite of the short notice nt which  thc carnival   was  nnanged.      With  ���������*  Dan Anderson of Trout Like  City Frozen to Death on the  Eight Mile Road on Monday  Morning  "We have found a man nearly frozen  tu death on the sleigh road; about one  and a half miles this side of Eight.  Mile," said Mr. Pender, one of Datiey's  oie-team drivers, 'as he hurriedly  sought Dr. Newcome ' last Monday  morning shortly after eight o'clock.  Immediately" many Fergusonites  made enquiries one of another and it  was learned that Dan. Anderson had  left town about 1 o'clock that morning  on his way from Trout Lake to the  Silver Cup mine, where he'had only  left the day befote to make a hurried  business trip to the Like.  And the Eaolk regrets to say the  surmise was only lop true. Wm. Glenn  placed hia team a't'the service of the  doctor and Superintendent Warden  who had just returned from Rsvel-  btoke and hastily they made for Eight  Mile, where. \Vin. Schmock, another  ore-team driver, had taken him in the  meantime, not being able to turn the  teams on the road. They found the  unfortunate man quite unconscious  an_d_bad 1 v.frozen: but nothing daunted,  they did "everything in the power of  man to resuscitate life, all to no avail,  ihe deceased past quietly avvnv in the  little cahin at Eight Mile at 5.30 a.m.,  on Tuesday morning, in lhe presence  of Dr. Newcome and Ed. Bell. .  Having just came off shift on Sunday morning, walked to Trout Lake  and thus fai on his return in the same  day, leaving Ferguson slightly under  the influence of liquor and lhe night  being extremely cold���������21 below |zero���������  with a slight wind blowing down tbe  south fork, Mr. Anderson must have  become drowsy and stopped to take  his lakt long rest.       j*  Death of Mrs. Kirby.  The, whole community .received a  shock at the news of the death of Mrs.  "W. Kirby, which occurred after a  short illness on Wednesday afternoon,  The deceased, who was well known  and respected in" Revelstoke, was the  sister of our fellow townsman, Mr. J:  I Woodrow and was only married to  Mr. W. Kirby of Arrowhead a year  ,ago last June. The sympathy of the  whole town is extended to the bereaved  husband and brother in their hour of  affliction. The funeral service takes  place at St. Peter's church at 2.30 this  afternoon.  Board of Trade.  There was no meeting of the Board  of , Trade Thursday morning, when  Supt. Kilpatrick, F. McCarty and G. S  MeCarter weie appointed a committee  tu work with the executive of the  Liberal association lo urge upon the  Federal government to make a grant  of 8100,000 for improvement of the  navigation of the upper river and  ������25.000 for a post office and custom's  office in town. A committee was also  appointed to prepare a report on the  resources of the Big Bend district wilh  a map for presentation to the government and Capt. Gore was asked lo  prepare a report on the suitability nf  the us. Revelstoke for the Bii. Bend  traffic.  CAT.L  AM?   r.V'-PRCT   THE  NEW CC'soiuNMhNT  OF  of all  kinds  and  Crockery  just opened up.  A set of  CUPS AND SAUCERS.  from   the   Foley factory In  England, will suit you.  SKATES.   SKATES.    SKATES.  Hockey Skates  FALL AND WINTER SUITINGS 1  You will find in our Tailor Shop a  very elaborate variety  of Fall and  Winter   Suitings and    you'll   find  workmen who are competent .to make up any of.thes  Suitings exactly to your liking.    We do not employ  cheap tailors, we do not handle any goods  that  could  possibly depreciate our excellent reputation.      We cannot compete with sweat shop ready-made clothes when  price is the sole consideration, but when style and  fit  and wear are duly considered, we can and..do. compete  with all ready-made goods, and all other tailors.  Ladies'Tailored Suits to.Order.' ,   '  "J".   B  The. Art Tailor, Mackenzie Ave.  r-  betler  half  of  Revelstoke   would, the  llKr.Al.l)   has   reason   to believe, turn  out in great stylo to another affair  of |  thc sume kind.  Curling.  The following games have been  played oil' in the Calgary Brewing and  Malting Co.'s competition since outlast issue:  'Wednesday���������Rae 15. beat Pinkham.  6, and Brock 13, beat Graham 0.  Thursday���������Graham   10.   beat    Car-  lathers 13. MeCarter 15 beat  Brown  10. and McRae 10 beat MeCarter 6.  ,   Last  night   there   were  no  games  played in the competition.  In the green curlers' competition  Baker 12 beat Hume 2; Dallas 12 beat  Crow 7, Edwards 12. beat Linibke 10,  IMid Phipps 13 beat Procunier 5.  1)1*1 lclOH.1   Itll'l  Surprisingly 1'Iohkh.iU ure  Mccormick's  Ctlocoldtes and Creams  '1 he flavor I   unsurpassed.  The finality If the best.  The price tlio mOBt popular���������  50 (ENIS A POUND  Dipped Almond-i-Mo. ami 70c. per lb.  Walter Bews, Phm. B.  Druggist and Stationer.  U  Brown Hlocle. Telephone 48.  Andrew's Annual   Meeting.  The annual congragational meeting  i of .St.. Andrew's Pre������byterian church  w.is held last evening. The congregation was well repriraented, considerable  inlerewt being manifest. After the  opening exercises of ringing and  'prayer. Mr. Henry Cook was vote-d to  the chair. The financial statement  read by Mr. Doyle showed the congregation to be in a healthy condition,  with an outlook most promising for  the present year. The report of the  L-uliea' Aid was opened by Mii������s  McDonald, Florence Palmer' giving  lhat of the Willing Workers. The  superintendent gave out the statement  of the Sabbath school showing the  school to be in a flourishing condition.  The pastor then gave a synopsis of  thi: Sabbath services and the weekly  prayer meeting in reg-ird tosttendanct*  reviewing the work of the year and  comparing it with past years in the  congregation's history. The pastor on  behalf of the Ladies' Aid presented  Mr. II. Cook with two silver dishVa as  a flight token of their appreciation of  his good work in connection with the  choir. A very handsome communion  service (triple plate) was presented  lo tho congregation by Mr. William  Lawrence. Thc business of the evening being concluded, refreshments  provided by the ladies wore served  and the members of the junior choir,  assistod by Mr. Doyle and Mrs. Geo.  Clarke, rendered two or three pieces of  music. Mr. Wm. Birney, Henry Hay  and Thomas -Moore were elected to  take the place of Iho retiring .mnn-  agers. II. A. Lawson, II. Cooke, A,  Doyle. A deeply interesting and  successful meeting was brought to si  elosa with the benediction.  Provincial Board of Health  Rog-ulatlons for Dealing: With the Outbreak of Smallpox at the Town  of Fernie, East Kootenay.  Approved By His Honour tho Lieutenant-  Governor in Council, the 17th Day  of January, 1902.  6!%2ll4*&  FURNITURE GOODS must be sold  at. cost in order to make-room for;  another large car of Furniture, which  will be here shortly, call and. see if  we can't arra ge to supply you. . Now  Is your opportunity to furnish cheap.  FURNITURE   CO'Y.  X HAVEITl.  The largest stock of the' latest WATCHES,  CLOCKS, RINGS, 8ILVER WARE, CUT  GLASS, FASHIONABLE JEWELRY, Etc.  My many years' experience enables me to buy  -goods" -at"-the���������right��������� prices,~enabling~-~m������r"tb~  sell to the public at reasonable prices.   '  WATCH BEPAIltINO A  8PKCIALTV.  HEALTH ACT.  ACCOUNT of the outbreak  of  wnall-pox  In the Town of  Kerala   lt In Hereby pro*  illKOHIIIlI  re hereby  0N  claimed:  1.���������Tlmt the town In In k Hlntc ol i-uuruiillnc  until further notice.  i.���������That no person Hlmll bo alloivcil to leave  thc town under any clrciirmnnnccs whatsoever  3.���������That all meetings In churches, toil,  school* and ol-er public gatherings are  prohibited  4.���������That no person Khali inrtnr any circumstances hold any conversation whatsoever  with any person quarantined, nnd no per-u.ii  under quarantine Khali ntlvinrit to break same  or communicate with any outsider.  S.*-Any hotel-keeper, lodglng-hoiiKC keeper  or householdcrsiispectlnK,knowing,or having  good reason to believe that any per .on residing  upon or frequenting IiIh premise* In III r>  suff-jrlng from a raiih of nny description, uiiiiil  at once notify the Medical lleultii Oflli-e ,  giving the name and occupation of. am! otlu-r  partlnulari necessary to properly Identify nui-li  periion.  6.���������Any person bavins- a rash on lili body  shall notify the Medical Health Offlcor on llie  iir������t appearance of the Khtno  7���������. nder authority of tho "Health Act," il  l������ hereby declared that all and every person  not having a certiorate of recent micccmiful  r cr.ination ilin<-d within one year, anil further  not b������l hi able to K|,0 pro���������/ 0( ,arae t0 t|���������.  aatlilactlon ol the Medical Health Cfllcer,  ahall bnatoiico vaccinated  ������.��������� Iter a period of seven (7) daya from thi.**  d*Kn--!4i per"2 "'"'nn to prencnt to.an.  publ o ollleer _who may demand It, proof ol  vaccination, jhall bo liable to the prescribed  penaltlea under the "Health Act/'  Penaltiea under the "Ilealrh Act"-���������  ;���������/.hr.Pp���������SSi���������lJ?iv'"1.*tf," any of-the'provlslonii  ot tttl������Vtoi:l.mMlarx In liable to a One ol flo.  A. D., 1������M. 16th day ������' Janu,������*'5'  CIIARLE    J. FAQ AN",  fecrotary ol the Provincial Board ol Health.  By Command,  J. D. PKKNTICE, *'  A������"nlf Provincial Se������r*������ary.  w  *|������)  SIBBALD & FIELD,  Real Estate ii  FINANCIAL-!  Insurance  C. P. B; TOWN8ITB.  MARA TOWNSITE.   .    -  OKRRAkD TOWNSITE.  CAMBORNS TOWNSITK,  COAL FOR SALE.  J. D.  SIBBALD, Notary Public.  REVEI.8TOKK  Canada Permanent & Western  Canada Mortgage Corporation. ,  Equitable Saving! Loan and Bulldluf Association. '  I Imperial Tire.*     Caledonian Flra.   Atlas Klra. I  I Canadian Flre'.   Mercantile Fire.    Northern Flre.  i Guardian Fire.   Manchester Flre.   Great West Llie.  I Ocean, Accident and Uuerantee.   Confederation Llie  : (.Canadian Accident Assurance Co.   Connecticut Fire  HOUSES FOR SALE AND RENT.  CONVEYANCINO.  CHAS. M. FIELD.  B.C.  w  Wiped Out  That's what the man  snid who wasn't insured. A small-payment every two or  ' three years would  have enabled him to  say*    ��������� ��������� *  LOSS FULLY COVERED  INSURANCE  Optional  willi you. oi  course,  which you want to say,  but we  would strongly advise you to carry soma insurance.     Your card-  will bring you full informationastocost.  LEWIS   BROS.  REAL ESTATE AND FINANCIAL AOBNT8.        NOTABI1  PUBLIC.  ���������n

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